Election Day – America

Election Day, November, 1884 by Walt Whitman

These stormy gusts and winds

waft precious ships,

Swell’d Washington’s,

Jefferson’s,  Lincolin sails.

In August I made this image in Bruges, Belgium.

After a stormy day, the rain stopped,

The dark sky cleared,

Blue sky swept the clouds away.

In a small square men and women danced

the tango among puddled reflections.